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    One of the easiest, most fun ways to change things up in your house is to decorate for holidays—even the smaller ones, like Valentine’s Day. You can go all out, or just keep the Valentine touches subtle; get super crafty and spend a lot of time, or be a bit more frugal and keep things basic. It’s all up to you and how you want to put your unique style on display!

    PS: If you’re hungry, we included a few Valentine-themed treats toward the end, too.

    Décor Ideas for Valentine’s Day

    Valentine’s Day Mason Jars

    Valentines Day Mason Jars

    [Learn how at Ka Styles]


    Wooden Valentine’s Heart

    Wooden Valentines Heart

    [Learn how at Liz Marie Blog]


    Candy Heart Valentine Bouquet

    Candy Heart Bouquet

    [Learn how at Smart School House]


    Valentine’s Day Felt Ball Garland

    Valentines Felt Ball Garland

    [Learn how at The Turquoise Home]


    Valentine Wreath

    Valentine wreath

    [Learn how at Blooming Homestead]

    Not Big on Decorating? Try these Valentine’s Day-themed Foods

    Bacon Hearts

    Bacon hearts

    [Get the instructions from The Paper Mama]


    Watermelon Heart Fruit Salad

    Watermelon heart fruit salad

    [Get all the details at A Designer Life]


    French Bread Pizza with Heart-shaped Pepperonis

    French bread pizza with heart shaped pepperonis

    [See this and more Valentine ideas at the Workman Family Blog]

    Valentine’s Day is fun, light-hearted and all about love. Use your imagination to bring your idea of love into the way you decorate your home and even the food you eat—and Happy Valentine’s Day!

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